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Thursday, November 9, 2006

November 7th Elections - Those Who Rejoiced

November 7th – Those Who Rejoiced

To give you an idea on what the November 7th election will mean to this country, one must look at those who are rejoicing over the results.

Those who are rejoicing:
Hugo Chavez
European leftists
Mexico’s President
Homosexual Activists
Illegal Aliens
Cindy Sheehan
Al Quida
Most of Hollywood

Those who are not rejoicing:

Born again Christians

My son called me after the elections. Why, Mom? What is happening to this country? He and wife just had their first child (my first granddaughter) and he worries about the country (and the world) that she will be living in.

The Democratic platform stands against Christianity – against a strong military, for abortion, for homosexuality, against the sanctity of marriage, against God in the public arena, against the very sovereignty of this nation…the list goes on and on.

Just a few thoughts about the turn that this country has taken – and make no mistake about it - it is a major turn.

The Bible tells us that in the end times Christians will be persecuted, hunted down, and killed for their faith. During the reign of the anti-Christ, Christians will be beheaded. They won’t be allowed to buy or sell anything without the mark. They’ll be considered criminals. Today, all over the world, Christians are already being persecuted for their faith. But the United States? Sure – we Christians are being shoved out of the public arena, but surely physical persecution could never happen here.


Once the leadership – those in power- are are all non-Christians, then Christians will be fair game. After all, who will stop it? We’re already seen as narrow-minded, holier-than-thou, judgmental and extremist. Heck, Rosie O’Donnell says we’re as dangerous as the Islamofacists. If we’re seen as “haters” (a favorite moniker of the radical homosexual movement to describe Christians) then it won’t seem like such a bad idea to round us up and put us where we can’t “hurt” anybody.

Tuesday vote was another gradual step in that direction. Liberals laugh as you may at Christians’ belief in the coming Rapture and Tribulation. You are not unlike the ones who will laugh as Christians are hunted down and executed for their faith and for their refusal to join the new world religion and bow down to the anti-Christ.

So in a way, this turn of events actually takes us another step in that direction.



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At 1:35 AM, Blogger ELAshley said...

Thank you for your strong support of God and truth. Thank you for your support at my place. And thank you for being a voice of reason, and for agreeing so perfectly with my own spirit.

I would add more to your post here, but anything I'd add would be over-kill.

So I'll simply say 'Amen' sister, and 'Even so, come, Lord Jesus.'

At 7:56 AM, Blogger Neil said...

Well said. I was disappointed in the results, but am hopeful that the Republicans will figure out that abandoning conservative principles and getting too power hungry were bad ideas. The number of seats the Dems took in yr. 6 of a presidency were actually lower than average, so I don't view this as a permanent thing. Maybe I'm being too optimistic.

We do know that God wins in the end, and 2nd place isn't even close!

At 10:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think this is a reminder from God, that we are to trust in him and not politicians.

At 10:52 PM, Blogger Brooke said...

What a humbling, huh, RB?

I swear, I cannot make it down the entire list without stifling a scream!


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